The attorneys at Holley & Pearson-Farrer LLP have extensive experience representing sophisticated issuers in virtually every type of public financing transaction across myriad industries. We have particular expertise in six primary areas of concentration: Economic Development; Public-Private Partnerships; Primary, Secondary, and Higher Education Finance; Healthcare Finance; Water, Sewer, and Waste Management Finance; and Tax and Revenue Anticipation Obligations. Our attorneys draw on their in-depth experience in these areas to provide high quality, cost-efficient legal services to our clients.

Economic Development

We advise regarding locating, improving, and expanding office, residential, industrial, retail, and mixed-use projects through TIF, special tax districts, PILOT bonds, and other capital financing vehicles, and we structure incentive packages between… Read More

Public-Private Partnerships

We understand what drives P3 projects and have extensive experience in active P3 sectors, including transportation, student housing, and water, sewer, and waste management. Our firm’s broad experience, deep relationships, and long history of financ… Read More

Primary, Secondary, and Higher Education Finance

A significant portion of our public finance practice consists of public school transactions and higher education financings. Our attorneys have experience serving as bond counsel to public school districts, assisting in financing capital improvements… Read More

Healthcare Finance

H|PF attorneys have participated in financings for healthcare facilities throughout the country as bond counsel, disclosure counsel, underwriters’ counsel, and bank counsel. In addition to counseling issuers with regard to traditional conduit finan… Read More

Water, Sewer, and Waste Management Finance

The attorneys at Holley & Pearson-Farrer have decades of experience in helping municipalities protect and ensure the safety, availability, and affordability of the nation’s water supply. Our work has supported the construction and improvement o… Read More

Tax and Revenue Anticipation Obligations

Municipalities occasionally issue tax anticipation notes (TANs) and revenue anticipation notes (RANs) to bridge short-term mismatches between everyday ongoing expenditures and the scheduled periodic receipt of sales taxes, personal income taxes, ad v… Read More